Current and future DIY projects

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EdRo

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Re: Current and future DIY projects
« Reply #80 on: 29 Aug 2017, 06:54 pm »
Again, and for the sake of my sheer awe, GREAT WORK!!!

jororaitchev

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« Reply #81 on: 31 Aug 2017, 06:04 am »
Again, and for the sake of my sheer awe, GREAT WORK!!!
Thanks!
And a risky picture (everything is supported by gravity), how look  for compared to the frontal columns, are not on one line, but I rely on your imagination.




Armaegis

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« Reply #82 on: 1 Sep 2017, 04:52 am »
Wow that would make me so nervous having it balanced like that...

jororaitchev

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« Reply #83 on: 12 Sep 2017, 03:21 pm »
Several steps to the moment with measurements ...









jororaitchev

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« Reply #84 on: 9 Oct 2017, 03:39 pm »



The first home tests are very  good. My current surround speakers of " Technics" CA-10 with a good sound from 1997, they are sadly retreated himself ..



After the measurements, this is are Technical data:
Frequence Range; 33-25000 Hz
Long term Max Power; 200 W
Crossover Frequency; 2800 Hz
Impedance; 4 Ohms
Sensitivity; 90 db SPL
Cabinet Volume; 31 L
Gross weight / without stand /; 27kg.
 

jororaitchev

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Re: Current and future DIY projects
« Reply #85 on: 29 Nov 2017, 02:01 pm »
A very underestimated moment - work with multilayer MDF!

There's still a lot of work on the stands.
I show you a few pictures of the front speaker bases, the rear speaker stands will look like the same;Always been a problem with the MDF, especially when we have a multilayer construction. Over time, individual parts are beginning to show up - all of this is the result of improper processing. Soon I will show you how to deal with this problem.





Always been a problem with the MDF, especially when we have a multilayer construction. Over time, individual parts are beginning to show up - all of this is the result of improper processing. Soon I will show you how to deal with this problem.

Folsom

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« Reply #86 on: 29 Nov 2017, 10:07 pm »
You can see it coming through the veneer?

jororaitchev

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« Reply #87 on: 4 Feb 2018, 04:09 pm »
Actually, I mean a combined technique of course there is veneer, but not only!

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« Reply #88 on: 5 Feb 2018, 09:28 pm »
Please keep posting your master pieces, they are so very amazing to see :thumb:!

I still can't believe you do all of this work with just a few tools. :dunno:

jororaitchev

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« Reply #89 on: 21 Feb 2018, 07:08 pm »
Please keep posting your master pieces, they are so very amazing to see :thumb:!

I still can't believe you do all of this work with just a few tools. :dunno:
Thank you for your time and attention to my projects!
Sorry, I'm working on other more important projects and loudspeakers are in the background!

bobbyhamil

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« Reply #90 on: Yesterday at 12:05 am »
   The craftsman ship is eyepopping and many hours must have needed to finish this beautiful
        piece.   The wood is birds eye maple a popular armoire interior wood that was used in the 1850's but scarce to find now.